Love has never been more dangerous.
Companions are the kingdom's most beautiful and educated women—possessions of Syrasan's royal men. But the longstanding tradition is about to change.
Prince Tyron never wanted a Companion. Now he cannot fathom a life without her. But when a rebellious act brings brutal consequences, the prince realises that what he feels might be her biggest threat. As his Companion's future grows uncertain, he will do whatever it takes to keep her safe.
Aldara never wanted to be a Companion. The choice was made for her. She certainly never imagined she would grow to love the prince more than her own freedom. Now their life together is falling apart. Tyron wants her safe, and she must find a way to exist without him. But as Zoelin tightens its grip on Syrasan, the pair soon discovers there are no safe havens.
Tender and heart-stopping, The Common Girl is a story about love, sacrifice and the roles that bind us.
PLEASE NOTE: This is book two in The Companion series and is best read after book one, The Royal Companion.
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THE SOOO UNCOMMON GIRL! By Cincy Kid 68!
This like book (1) is simply the best action-packed adventuresome LOVE story I can remember reading within this genre! To say these first (2) are MUST READS is just an understatement. I can’t wait to start book (3), WOW-Here we GO! JB
Read the first book and immediately had to read this one. Did not disappoint. Enjoy
The heroine we fantasize about
I usually read historical romances that fall more on the erotic side. While there is romance and a certain degree of violence depicted here it does not contain any explicit details. I only mention this to explain that I am totally in love with the series despite it not being something I would normally lean towards. It’s very well written and a little cliche but overall a lovely read.
Aldara has a great combo of fierceness and just enough of a damsel in distress to fit the background. Tyron is the damaged hero we all root for.
The character development here really keeps you going. I am emotionally invested in the background characters as well as the main ones.
I need more! Onto book 3!